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the story stocks work, sometimes everyone else owns them, then they want to get out. > what about google? is this a stock to own? at one point it was during the past year. > > google has done a great job. all three of these companies, facebook, google, and apple, of course, are leading the pack in terms of driving this stock market. and of course, google got back in favor and has had excellent business results. and of course, the final indignant thing for apple was that they had to have google maps go back on the iphones. but i think all three of them are going to be great investments over the next several years. it is just a matter of the timing. so, if you got into facebook in the low, that is great. if you can hold on and maybe pick up some apple here. that is also good. and i think google is going to continue to do well. > thank you matt, and happy trades to you in the new year. > > thank you. americans spent 2012 tuning in to election coverage and those political ads. when it was all said and done, campaigns shelled out $6 billion. paul eggers gives us a look at the the money trail
giants, including the bay area's google and apple. the administration now suggesting cutting corporate tax rates. the u.s. has among the world's highest. but closing loop holes that helped google, for instance, avoid $2 billion in taxes last year. >> corporations are concerned because they're not sure the extent to which exemptions would be eliminated. >> reporter: wells capital management senior economist gary slosberg is optimistic about a deal. >> i see it at least 50-50. >> reporter: what seems likely is to allow the country to go over that fiscal cliff triggering higher taxes. that would allow hard line republicans to vote for lower taxes a few days later. >> to make them look better? to appease voters? is that the reason? great. >> reporter: some call it a low form of political shenanigans rvlgs i think that it's horrible they would put the american people through that. i don't think it's fair to the american people. >> it will be the most colossal cons sequential act of congressional irresponsibility. >> reporter: with two million people on the verge of losing unemployment b
with google earth. >> after a close call for one skier this weekend. >> more trouble for a fairfield woman whose child was kill a tragic fire. now the crime she is accused of committing. >>> there is a pile up on 880. why the chp say rain and speed may have played a role. >>> important warning after a nine car pile up in the east bay. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we are developing news where 880 has reopened near the 11th street exit follow ago car crash. allie rasmus is live with us on how the crash happened. allie? >> reporter: it is likely rain and speed played a role in the nine can car pile up. this is right behind us. and northbound 880 before the 980 on ramp. and if you take a look at the video. traffic was at a complete standstill for an hour. it started with two vehicles in a crash initially. they are blocking the right hand lane. and according to the chp, other cars behind the crash were going too fast and not able to stop in time. >> that led to a nine car pile up on the freeway. >> police believe speed and rain may have been a fac
giants are pouncing on the chance to buy patents from eastman-kodak. apple, google, and research in motion are some of the big names that will buy patents from the bankrupt camera and photo company. the deal, worth $525 million, will give those companies access to kodak's digital imaging patents. after the sale, kodak says it expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection within the first half of next year. critics are blaming ceos for some of the biggest business blunders of this year. forbes is out with its list of "worst ceos" in 2012. best buy, zynga, and jc penney are just a few companies whose corporate chiefs were blamed for falling stock prices and lower sales. big banks also had a fair share of embarassing moments throughout the course of the year. barclays and hsbc both lost ceos after an investigation revealed the banks had manipulated libor, a benchmark interest rate, for the benefit of their firms. still to come, how counterfeit wine may be sneaking its way into your glass. that's later. but first, will the box office hit the billion-dollar record? what movies could st
tax rates. the u.s. has among the world's highest. but closing loopholes that helped google, for instance, avoid $2 billion in taxes last year. >> corporations are a little concerned. >> reporter: gary is optimistic about a deal. >> i'd still rate it better than 50/50. >> reporter: what seems increasingly likely is to allow the country to go over that fiscal cliff, triggering higher taxes. that would allow hard line republicans to vote for lower taxes, a few days later. >> to make them look better? to appease voters. if that's the reason, great. >> reporter: some call it a low form of political shenanigans. >> i think that's horrible, they would put the american people through that. i don't think it's fair to the american people. >> reporter: this afternoon, east bay congresswoman barbara lee told me, there are too many lives at stake if we do not get a deal before the end of the year. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> starbucks is urging its employees in the washington area to send a message to congress. baristas will be writing come together on coffee cups for the re
on public roads as long as a licensed driver is in the driver's seat. that law was written by a google co founder who touted the car saying it would help transportation issues. there is also support for them saying eventually they could help people with disabilities and people who are to drunk to drive. later, we will tell you about several more driving law that go into effect on january 1st. reporting live from san jose. ktvu. >> we are less than a week from the fiscal cliff. the united states senate convening right now. we want to show you a live if picture. there it is. that's the senate majority leader. the senators are right now meeting to discuss the economic deadline and coming up at 7:15 we will have more on the fiscal cliff negotiations and how we are closing in on another financial barrier, that debt ceiling. >> let's go to tara filling in for sal. there is another accident in napa. >> we have a two car crash on napa road. that person is trapped inside of the car. chp working to get them out as well as police. we have another incident we want to mention. 880 northbound at 92
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